Living Planet symposium

World Conference Centre, Bonn, 23-27 May 2022

EUMETSAT will be present at the Living Planet Symposium 2022 with a large delegation, join us on the booth or for a presentation

Join us at the Living Planet Symposium 2022!

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16 May 2022

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02 May 2022

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EUMETSAT will be present at the Living Planet Symposium 2022 with a large delegation, which will take part in several scientific sessions, poster sessions, and also round tables discussing global issues. In addition to the conference, EUMETSAT will have joint booth with the ECMWF, showcasing what we do and how we work together. We look forward to seeing you there!

A large number of the sessions we are contributing to focuses on our next-generation satellites. We will present the complexity of the satellite constellation which will be launched this year, and highlight its expected impact on citizens and societies.

For more details on the sessions EUMETSAT will participate in, have a look here:

Date Time Session  Title of the EUMETSAT presentation Author name First name Room
24.05.22 08:30 A1.03.2 Troposphere and Air Quality-1 Operational observation of atmospheric chemistry at EUMETSAT Lindstrot Rasmus Nairobi 1-2
24.05.22 13:30 E5.03.1  The Copernicus Programme – Looking Back, Going Forward (I) High Level Overview Delivering marine and atmosphere data for Copernicus: Looking Back, going forward  Bydekerke Lieven Bangkok
24.05.22 15:40 A8.11.3 Colour and Light in the Ocean from Earth Observation - 3 Sentinel-3 OLCI L2 Ocean Colour Collection-3 and ongoing developments Kwiatkowska Ewa Vienna
25.05.22 08:30 B5.01.1 Future Meteorological Missions: MTG Meteosat Third Generation (MTG): Overall system design and the end-to-end system status in the last year of development Schmid Alexander Rhinelobby
25.05.22 10:40 B3.02.1 Arctic Weather Satellite Overview and status of EUMETSAT-supported scientific studies on NWP impact assessments of possible AWS constellation scenarios Ackermann Jörg Garden Room
25.05.22 10:40 B5.01.2 Future Meteorological Missions: MetOp-SG 1 EUMETSAT Polar System – Second Generation (EPS-SG) Programme Status Kayal Gökhan Rhinelobby
25.05.22 13:30 B8.04.1 The Copernicus Sentinel Missions Status  Copernicus Sentinel-3 Mission Status and Outlook Wilson Hilary Bangkok
25.05.22 13:30 B8.04.1 The Copernicus Sentinel Missions Status Copernicus Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich Mission Operations Status and Outlook  Tahtadjiev Milen Bangkok
25.05.22 15:40 C5.05.1 Earth System & EO Data Cube Services and Tools for Scientific Exploitation EUMETAT’s first Prototype Data Cube: Gridded data for drought and vegetation monitoring – lessons learnt Traeger-Chatterjee Christine Santiago del Chile
25.05.22 15:40 B5.01.4 Future Meteorological Missions : AWS & Aeolus-2 EUMETSAT Microwave Sounding Constellation based on Arctic Weather Satellite Canestri Alessio Rhinelobby
25.05.22 15:40 B5.01.4 Future Meteorological Missions : AWS & Aeolus-3 EUMETSAT Doppler Wind LIDAR (DWL), an operational follow-on to Aeolus Chalex Rémy Rhinelobby
26.05.22 08:30 A5.02.1 The role of Earth Observation in climate services-1 Sustainable provision of climate data for research and climate services by EUMETSAT Schulz Joerg Rhinelobby
26.05.22 10:40 B8.09 Copernicus Sentinel Extension Missions/Next Generation  EUMETSAT role in the Copernicus space programme expansion: the contribution to CO2M, CRISTAL and CIMR missions Santacesaria Vincenzo Geneva
26.05.22 13:30 B1.01.1 SI-Traceable Satellites - a Gold Standard for Climate and Intercalibration Outcome of Workshop on SI-Traceable Space-based Climate Observing System (SITSCOS) Hewison Tim H1-01
27.05.22 08:30 A5.01.1 Exploring the interface of observations and modelling Minding the gaps between Fundamental Climate Data Records and model-gridded datasets Poli Paul Rhinelobby
Date Session  Title of the EUMETSAT presentation Author name First name Poster code
24.05.22 A1.03 Troposphere and Air Quality Infallible Algorithms?! Cross-verification of the Sentinel-5 Level 2 processors Czyzewska Dominika Poster code 66726
24.05.22 A8.05 Coastal Altimetry Algorithms, Products and Applications Sentinel-3 Marine Altimetry Mission: From the open ocean to the coastal zone Lucas Bruno Poster code 64697
26.05.22 C5.03 Open Source Science, toolboxes and Jupyter technologies in EO: current status and evolution    The Copernicus Marine Data Stream in the big data era​: new EUMETSAT services for viewing, accessing and customising ocean products. Loveday Benjamin Poster code 66788
26.05.22 A5.02 The role of Earth Observation in climate services EUMETSAT's SAF Network and its climate data records Schüller Lothar Poster code 64896
26.05.22 A8.13 Remote-sensing of Ocean Winds and Stress Operational EUMETSAT Satellite Products and Services for Oceanography: Status and Outlook Obligis Estelle Poster code 63237
26.05.22 B1.01 SI-Traceable Satellites - a Gold Standard for Climate and Intercalibration  Application of SI-Traceable Satellite (SITSat) Reflected Solar-band Spectrometers to the Global Space-based Inter-Calibration System (GSICS) Hewison Tim Poster code 65304
27.05.22 A1.07 Aerosols and Their Uptake in Models and Assimilation Expertise support from European Neal Real Time (NRT) aerosol satellite observations to assimilation services - Focus on the Optimized Simultaneous Surface Aerosol Retrieval for Copernicus Sentinel-3 (OSSARCS3) Chimot Julien Poster code 65683
27.05.22 A1.07 Aerosols and Their Uptake in Models and Assimilation Polar Multi-senor Aerosol product (PMAp) version 2.2 – Toward the next generation from EPS-SG Jafariserajehlou Soheila Poster code 65272
27.05.22 A1.10 Cloud and Precipitation Optical Properties and Microphysics Planned Improvements to EUMETSAT MTG-FCI cloud product algorithm Watts Phil Poster code 64145
27.05.22 A9.06 Sea Ice Remote Sensing Copernicus Sentinel-3 Sea (and sea-Ice) Surface Temperature: product status, evolutions and projects O'Carroll Anne Poster code 63162
27.05.22 E5.01 Towards improved availability, access and use of open Earth observations in GEOSS 50 years of international coordination for meteorological satellites. Ruti Paolo Poster code 63905
Date Time Session  Title of the EUMETSAT presentation Author name First name Room
27.05.22 10:40 A5.03.1 Next generation cloud climatology Development of a quasi-global Fundamental Climate Data Record from observations from geostationary satellites Schulz Joerg Rhinelobby
Date Time Session  Title of the EUMETSAT presentation Author name First name Room
24.05.22 08:30 African-European Earth Observation Partnership African-European Earth Observation Partnership Gabaglio Vincent Agora SAPIENS
 24.05.22  15:15 The future of Cal/Val for the Copernicus program The future of Cal/Val for the Copernicus program  Marbach   Thierry  Agora GEMINI
 25.05.22  15:15 Observations & modelling: shedding light on climate futures Observations & modelling: shedding light on climate futures  Schulz   Jörg  Agora EUROPA/ESA
26.05.22 11:20 Safe and Sustainable Spaceflight in a changing orbital environment Safe and Sustainable Spaceflight in a changing orbital environment Evans Phil ESA SAPIENS
Date Time Session  Title of the EUMETSAT presentation Author name First name Room
26.05.22 15:40 C5.03.2 Open Source Science, toolboxes and Jupyter technologies in EO  Addressing emerging training needs in Earth Observation with Jupyter notebooks Fierli Federico Santiago del Chile
27.05.22 14:00 E4.01.1 Space-Education for tomorrow – from school to lifelong learning session convenor Fierli Federico Bonn
24.05.22 15:15 Classroom training Classroom Trainings and demo on Copernicus satellite and service datasets Fierli Federico open Earth forum H1 - 05 
25.05.22 14:15 Classroom training Classroom Trainings and demo on Copernicus satellite and service datasets Fierli Federico open Earth forum H1 - 05 
26.05.22 14:00 Classroom training Classroom Trainings and demo on Copernicus satellite and service datasets Fierli Federico open Earth forum H1 - 05 
25.05.22 13:10 Public demo Public demo on discover, process and visualize Copernicus atmospheric data Fierli Federico Demo area
26.05.22 09:55 Public demo Public demo on discover, process and visualize Copernicus atmospheric data Fierli Federico Demo area

About the Living Planet Symposium 2022

Attracting thousands of scientists and data users, ESA’s Living Planet Symposia are amongst the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world. For decades now, Earth observation has played a fundamental role in advancing our understanding of how our planet works and how it is being affected by climate change. While the need to continue to advance our knowledge and monitor global change remains paramount, Earth observation has entered a new era, where it is playing a key role in a myriad of everyday applications to improve daily lives and is also becoming increasingly relevant for the competitive business sector.